7th March 2021
Value Study, available for free on iPhone and iPad, is a tool to help people who're trying to learn to draw or paint. It works by building upon the timeless technique of value studies (such as Nōtan) in which someone will try to distill real life or colour photos into simple black and white shapes. These can be as simple or as complex as you like, but the hard part is seeing the light and shadow while ignoring the colour.
27th March 2020
You don’t need to know your trees from your dangling blobs, if you use Git every day and feel like it’s a juggling act then here’s some tricks and tips to help make your life a bit easier when using Git.
3rd December 2019
Every year I see all the incredible Halloween projects that people make. I've never had much opportunity to play around with hardware so it always feels like too big of a task to try. This year however I had a Raspberry Pi Zero W on the side and a small bit of time to make something. As with all my side projects I wanted to use the time to learn something new.
30th July 2019
One Sunday I was having breakfast with a friend and got talking about team structures and how projects vary. It was a really useful discussion and I felt that other people might find conversations like that useful too, this idea very quickly became Interviews by Shane Hudson. I began building it that day and within just over a week I published the website with five interviews.
14th June 2019
You know that feeling where you've done something but it isn't quite ready to show anyone? It's 14th June 2019 today and I wrote the first blog post about AR Bookmarks in September 2018. It's not ready to use yet, but it's getting close so I finally feel I can publish those early posts. I should have done it straight away but didn't want to put out vapourware.